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The tests also revealed that the E Coli found in the seafood

The tests also revealed that the E Coli found in the seafood has 100 per cent resistance to various antibiotics.Shrimps, especially, come to the coast to feed and the mangrove areas are loaded with microbes due to human influence..S.S. Microbiological tests conducted on flower tail shrimp and one kind of tuna fish confirmed the presence of coliforms like E Coli. Seafood export is big industry in Vizag and from Andhra Pradesh alone, around Rs 7,587 crore worth seafood was exported of which majority is marine shrimp, caught in the sea along the Vizag coast. Researchers from the Department of Marine Living Resources of Andhra University said that wider and monoculture tests will be conducted on this seafood to find out the level of presence of E Coli and other bacteria. Chakravarthy of Andhra University’s Department of Marine Living Resources."If the mono culture tests reveal that E Coli is more than 10,000 cells per unit volume (CPU) per gram of the sample then it is considered alarming. Though the bacteria levels are not so alarming in marine fish, China Wholesale fountain pump it is a wake-up call to take measures," said Prof.If right corrective steps are not taken the bacteria levels may go up in the coming years which will have the effect on the human health. M.Shrimp and fish caught from the Vizag coast contain bacteria which may be harmful to human health, if found in excess. Researchers attributed the presence of bacteria in seafood to the contamination of water due to industrial and domestic sewage.Seafood from Vizag is exported to countries like US, Japan, European Union (EU) and the Middle East. Shrimp typically come to coast to feed and goes offshore to breed. Though less than 10,000 CPU is not alarming, one should analyse why bacteria is present in naturally grown seafood," said Prof. Chakravarthy of Andhra University’s Department of Marine Living Resources. The resistance indicates that antibiotics will not be effective to kill the bacteria. The feeding material of shrimp and fish are being contaminated leading to the presence of bacteria in those creatures. There is a need to conduct wide range tests on all varieties of seafood available along the coast
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